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Looking at the Data EXPLORE & PLAN Color-Coding the Item Response Summary Report Cari Lousch /Consultant ACT Southwest Region email@example.com
EPAS as a School Improvement Tool
( Just to keep them on line and on track)
Item-Response Summary Report Allows Instructional Staff to Evaluate Student Learning
How did our students perform on each item? *Asterisked numbers are CORRECT answers.
Color-Code Blue 75%+ Green 50-74% Yellow 25-49% Pink 0-24%
Color-Coding Key Blue 75-100% Correct Green 50-74% Correct Yellow 25-49% Correct Pink 0-24% Correct
Which incorrect answers did they choose?
EXPLORE/PLAN Test Booklet What specifically were the hard/easy questions for our students?
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Who didn’t meet the benchmarks? Questions p.70
Questions Who was close?
Which students are in each score range? Think in Score Ranges
What they know… What they need to know…
Alex Sarah Kristin James Riley Miguel Marcus Justin Download at www.ACT.org The Readiness Standardswww.ACT.org
Are you getting the most and best use out of your school data?
Contact/Resources Contact: Cari Lousch Consultant/ACT Southwest Region (512) 320-1850 firstname.lastname@example.org@act.org
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Getting the Most from your ACT Explore Reporting Package
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